Inns in Newport

Trewern Arms
Nevern
Newport
West Wales

SA42 0NB
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A picturesque and ivy-clad 16th Century Inn, situated deep within a secluded valley and set in its own grounds astride the banks of the River Nevern. Here you can relax in the peaceful surroundings of a bygone era. Of course the standard of comfort and service is all you would expect in our modern times. The hotel has been featured in Egon Ronay's 'Best Food & Accommodation Guide', 'The Good Food Guide', 'Good Pub Guide' and 'Which Magazine'.
The Trewern Arms is easily accessible by road, rail or sea, being only 9 miles from the main ferry port and railhead of Fishguard to the south, which is itself on the A40 and Cardigan to the north. The village of Nevern is less than a mile from the beautiful fishing village of Newport, in north Pembrokeshire. There is fantastic fishing on the River Nevern, just across the road from the Hotel and some of the best walks in West Wales around the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park or Preseli Mountains. Making The Trewern Arms one of Pembrokeshire's finest Inns and Restaurants

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